Electromagnetic Composites Handbook: Models, Measurement, and Characterization, Second Edition

by: Rick Moore


Abstract: Electromagnetic composites data, principles, and applications. This fully revised engineering and scientific handbook offers complete coverage of electromagnetic modeling and explains the characterization of composite materials from the theoretical, computational, and experimental points of view. The book extends the Von Hippel text to include data on additional nonconducting dielectrics; semiconducting, conducting, and magnetic materials; and composites composed of two or more molecularly distinct compounds that range in size from nanometers to centimeters. Electromagnetic Composites Handbook: Models, Measurement, and Characterization, Second Edition, simplifies the development of multifunctional material designs and includes tabulated data for more than 300 materials. This updated edition covers: • Wave Equations and Electromagnetic Constitutive Parameters • Sources and Dispersion for Polarization and Permittivity • Sources and Dispersion of Magnetization and Permeability • Fundamental Observables for Material Measurement • Composites and Effective Medium Theories • Conducting-Dielectric and Magneto-Dielectric Composites • Numerical Models of Composites • Electromagnetic Measurement Systems Summary for RF–Millimeter Wavelengths • Resonant Techniques for Material Characterization • Transmission Line, Free Space Focused Beam, and TE10N Measurement Details • Micrometer and Nanoscale Composites • Measured Data of Materials and Composites
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Title: Electromagnetic Composites Handbook: Models, Measurement, and Characterization, Second Edition

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Athens, London, Madrid, Mexico City, Milan, New Delhi, Singapore, Sydney, Toronto

Copyright / Pub. Date: 2016 McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 9781259585043

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Rick Moore received his Ph.D. in physics in 1978 from Georgia Tech and then performed and coordinated research, development, and engineering at the Georgia Tech Research Institute. His work is documented in approximately 150 articles, presentations, patents, and reports. He has contributed to patents in photonic structures and fiber material treatments and has authored or co-authored hundreds of peer-reviewed publications and technical reports. Dr. Moore retired after 35 years at the Georgia Tech Research Institute where he was a Principal Research Scientist, GTRI Research Fellow, and Co-Director of the Georgia Tech Center of Excellence in Ultra-Wideband Technology. He continues to work part-time in the fields of electromagnetic measurements and metamaterial design.

Description: Electromagnetic composites data, principles, and applications. This fully revised engineering and scientific handbook offers complete coverage of electromagnetic modeling and explains the characterization of composite materials from the theoretical, computational, and experimental points of view. The book extends the Von Hippel text to include data on additional nonconducting dielectrics; semiconducting, conducting, and magnetic materials; and composites composed of two or more molecularly distinct compounds that range in size from nanometers to centimeters. Electromagnetic Composites Handbook: Models, Measurement, and Characterization, Second Edition, simplifies the development of multifunctional material designs and includes tabulated data for more than 300 materials. This updated edition covers: • Wave Equations and Electromagnetic Constitutive Parameters • Sources and Dispersion for Polarization and Permittivity • Sources and Dispersion of Magnetization and Permeability • Fundamental Observables for Material Measurement • Composites and Effective Medium Theories • Conducting-Dielectric and Magneto-Dielectric Composites • Numerical Models of Composites • Electromagnetic Measurement Systems Summary for RF–Millimeter Wavelengths • Resonant Techniques for Material Characterization • Transmission Line, Free Space Focused Beam, and TE10N Measurement Details • Micrometer and Nanoscale Composites • Measured Data of Materials and Composites